the stock market crashes, the Great Recession in the U.S., and the Great Recession in Europe.
Another possible source of shocks, which can cause a business cycle, is the U.S. federal government. The fact that the U.S. government is so heavily involved in the stock market, that they can manipulate the stock market, makes it hard to think of them as an unbiased source for business cycles. However, the fact that the U.S. government can cause a recession does make it hard to just blame the market in general for causing the recession.
There is a pretty good argument to be made that the Federal Reserve that manipulates the stock market is the most likely cause for the recent U.S. recession. This is because of the way that their actions have caused the stock market to crash and the resulting recession, and the Fed’s involvement in this event. The Federal Reserve was created by the Federal Government in 1913, and has been steadily increasing in power over the past few decades.
The Federal Reserve is the largest U.S. central bank, and is currently headed by Ben Bernanke, the current chairman of the Federal Reserve. They have a direct line to the government of the United States, and their actions have become a way for the government to directly manipulate the stock market. Bernanke has also been busy trying to manipulate the way the market is set to react to the upcoming recession, by creating or artificially depressing various interest rates.
The Fed has also been manipulating the economy in many other ways, including by increasing the inflation standard to prevent businesses from scaling back. It’s also been influencing the way that companies hire and fire people. A few months ago the Fed started increasing the number of hours the Fed employees have to work, and then it followed up with an increase in the pay of Fed employees. It’s still not clear whether these actions are going to have an impact on the economy, but it’s certainly possible they are.
It also seems as if the idea of ‘unemployment insurance’ has been around since the 1920s, and may have actually been the cause of the Great Depression. Unsurprisingly, it has also been a major factor in the Great Recession.
It may be the case that this is mostly a business issue, but if so it might be worth taking a look at the way the unemployment insurance works too. It is basically a tax that is paid by everyone who wants to work in the US and whose income is less than a certain amount. This happens if you are employed in a company that isn’t paying enough money into unemployment insurance. It is possible that this might have been the reason for the Great Recession in the first place.
I’m surprised this is all in just one place and not a lot going on on the internet, but certainly at least it seems to be a lot more of a problem than the “what if?” kind of issues. Maybe you can make a case for why it’s not just an issue and a lot more of a problem than the “when?” kind of issues that we’re seeing here.